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'''Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé. 2007 to date (prod. unknown). 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, 6749 cm³ (V12 DOHC).''' Developments on the [[Rolls-Royce Phantom (RR01)]] theme, with convertible débuting first as sporting variant in 2007. FHC, with larger fuel tank for Continental journeys, launched in 2008. Grille more slanted (by Rolls-Royce standards). Rear-hinged doors on both models; split picnic boot at rear. Not as spacious as one might think at rear. Lightweight aluminium chassis, but car still heavy, so the 453 hp is only sufficient. However, both Rollses are unbeatable for presence and as a statement, which are probably their primary selling-points.
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'''Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé. 2007 to date (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, 6749 cm³ (V12 DOHC).''' Developments on the [[Rolls-Royce Phantom (RR01)]] theme, with Drophead débuting first as sporting variant in 2007. FHC, with larger fuel tank for Continental journeys, launched in 2008. Grille more slanted (by Rolls-Royce standards). Rear-hinged doors on both models; split picnic boot at rear. Not as spacious as one might think at rear. Lightweight aluminium chassis, but car still heavy, so the 453 hp is only sufficient. However, both Rollses are unbeatable for presence and as a statement, which are probably their primary selling-points. Series II from 2012.
  
  

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Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé. 2007 to date (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/R, 6749 cm³ (V12 DOHC). Developments on the Rolls-Royce Phantom (RR01) theme, with Drophead débuting first as sporting variant in 2007. FHC, with larger fuel tank for Continental journeys, launched in 2008. Grille more slanted (by Rolls-Royce standards). Rear-hinged doors on both models; split picnic boot at rear. Not as spacious as one might think at rear. Lightweight aluminium chassis, but car still heavy, so the 453 hp is only sufficient. However, both Rollses are unbeatable for presence and as a statement, which are probably their primary selling-points. Series II from 2012.


Manufacturing location: Goodwood, West Sussex, England

Marque: Rolls-Royce | Model: Rolls-Royce Phantom | Predecessor: Rolls-Royce Corniche (2000–2)





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